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PostPosted: Aug 24th, '16, 03:30 
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Dammit. I was trimming tomatoes and tying them up when I noticed our peppers looked wimpy. A little digging in the clay media and holy crap!


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on top of the water but under the media!
Help!

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A little digging in the clay media and holy crap!

So do these always have 6 legs?

I think a few months ago (maybe 5 or 6) someone on the forum discovered very similar looking bichos.
I don't think they were Garden Symphylans, but could you have a nest of Termites that stoped by for a visit?

Don't those kind of look like Termites?

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Springtails, I have them too, see:

http://backyardaquaponics.com/forum/vie ... 10#p527741

and Scotty's reply below it

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okay, so harmless, thank you Scotty435 and Gunagulla. Yeah. they are pretty scary looking.

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